Renowned actress Colleen West abandons her successful career for a secluded life in the hills. But the quiet and peace of mind she longed for is disrupted by the noisy construction of neighboring housing developments. Before long, Colleen discovers that she really can’t stand herself now that she has given up the only thing that she has ever truly been passionate about. As an alternative to isolation, she reluctantly befriends her jubilant, whimsical neighbor and reconnects with her estranged brother. Haunted by loneliness and past desires, Colleen begins to feel as if she has lived her life through the characters she has played on stage and screen. –Quinzaine des Réalisateurs
- Stars:Ellen Barkin, Luke Grimes, Bob Einstein, Theresa Randle, Melora Walters, Josh Blaylock, Djuna Bel, Tiffany Anders, Nate Archer, Fairuza Balk, Rickie Lee Jones, Kevin Keirstead, Anna Moore, Kavita Rao, London Vale,
- Director:Cam Archer,
- Writer:Cam Archer
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(au) wrote: This one is very colourful with lots of music and an amusing voice performance from Jesse Eisenberg, but it's lacking in story. Light entertainment, but no substance whatsoever. Skip it.
(br) wrote: Michael Madsen was the only saving grace in this film. Too bad he was only in it for a total of 25 minutes. Way too slow paced for me. The scheme the main character was trying to pull off was interesting at the start. By the end, I was finding myself wishing for the credits to roll lol
(gb) wrote: I couldn't be any more positive if I were gang raped in a repository bin at the needle exchange.
(gb) wrote: A decent film I think. The effects are decent and the threat, while over dramatic, is decent, and simple enough for kids. It is funny and generally entertaining, and does contain some deeper themes in there.
(gb) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
(ca) wrote: Based on the life of John Gotti. One of the best TV movies made on the Italian mob genres. Armand Assante as Gotti is very convincing.
(ag) wrote: On Thursday night the Lahaina Restoration Foundation played this movie outside under the smokestack at the Plantation Days Festival. For a moving, authentic, and gripping depiction of the plantation era 100 years ago weaved into a love story, this Japanese film earns top marks. See it!
(au) wrote: Blood Rage is a very underrated 80's slasher with the typical cheesy acting, gratuitous nudity and lots of graphic violence with awesome special make-up effects. I do recommend it for fans of old school horror.
(es) wrote: Smiles of a summer night is easily finest comedy film made by the legendary director Bergman This movie is an entertaining,joy and cinematic triumphant movie
(fr) wrote: Phenomenal film, didn't really know to much about the movie but I was blown away after seeing it. Truly just an strong amazing film that everyone should see, luckily I got to see it in the theatre.
(de) wrote: A fun film noir with fluid and sometimes haunting cinematography. I don't think it's the best in the genre, though. Even with my complaints I highly recommend the film. If you don't like film noir you'll probably like this one, and really that's my problem with it. It feels too modern. It feels like the kind of noir that came out after film noir became self-aware and it became exploited because the formula was standardized. This feels less like a 1947 film and more like a movie made today trying to imitate a 1947 film noir. That doesn't make the film less enjoyable, but it does prevent it from achieving genuine greatness.I found the tone and the characterizations were uneven for Jane Greer. If you're the type of person who likes any woman who's attractive than you'll love her, but I didn't like her. An unlikable woman in a film noir? Yeah, the genre that invented the femme fatale. That's not my problem. She's a great actress, but in a film with such an upbeat pace and style I'd like the movie to at least make her sympathetic, or endearing, or feisty, crazy, funny; anything besides just "two-timing dame." She seems like she should be in a grittier movie.Robert Mitchum is great in this, but he's really not as smart as he thinks he is, or maybe he's aware of it. He talks fast and usually has a witty comeback for everything, but some of his witticisms aren't very clever at all. A lot of it doesn't even make sense, or he'll say something a child would say. Some of it is just cryptic. This isn't a complaint, though. I found it unusual, but I liked him. He's got a classy sense of humor and it's fun to hear him talk no matter what nonsense he says. Unfortunately, because of the huge difference between the two leads I didn't think they have very good chemistry. They seemed like they were both from different movies.The story is great. Lots of twists and turns. It gets a little confusing toward the end, but even if you stop paying attention to certain plot points there's more than enough entertainment value to make up for it. This is one of the most funny and good looking film noirs out there. Not perfect, but pretty damn close.